The Pros of ProBono Work: How to make killer work with nonprofit budgets

** You must have a Design Week Passport code to attend this event. Design Week Passports can be purchased for $10 here and grants access to sign up for all Design Week events (excluding keynote speaker Ellen Lupton's Lunch & Learn and Keynote Presentation on Thursday, August 10th)**

This event is free to attend with the purchase of a Design Week Passport.

Event Details

It is, often times, hard for agencies to learn how to best serve a nonprofit. It is also difficult from the nonprofits end to figure out how to efficiently work with an agency, specifically on pro bono projects. This panel of Designers, Project Managers and Nonprofit Clients will discuss how to establish the best working partnership. Whether you work for a nonprofit or an agency, this talk is for you.

"We would love to work with more nonprofits. It's just hard because they don't have enough money" is not an excuse. So let's stop using it as one.

About VIA

At the heart of VIA Studio, we are all designers. Our approach is simple: Design for your audience. Whether that’s a simple website, a branding system, or a more complicated application, we have the expertise to be your partner.

We accept branding and business challenges with enthusiasm, producing measurable, impactful results. We believe in the right idea over the big one. We keep a steady focus on the future and build toward it. We set our silos on fire to work as a team. You’re a part of that team, because above all else, we value the relationship.

About Center for Nonprofit Excellence

The Center for Nonprofit Excellence was established in 1999 through the work of many. Chief among them was Kevin Connelly (our Founding CEO), the Donors Forum of Kentuckiana, Metro United Way, and Metro Louisville.

Our membership stands at over 450 groups and individuals, and we serve nearly a thousand more folks in the community. As we move boldly into the future, we’ll continue to bring our passion for helping you to the table. Ultimately, we were founded to bring excellence to Louisville’s nonprofits by bringing them together. We’re proud to continue this work with you every day.

About Kentucky Refugee Ministries

Kentucky Refugee Ministries, Inc. (KRM), a non-profit organization, is dedicated to providing resettlement services to refugees through faith- and agency-based co-sponsorship in order to promote self-sufficiency and successful integration into our community. KRM is committed to offering access to community resources and opportunities and to promoting awareness of diversity for the benefit of the whole community.

When & Where
Tue, Aug 8, 2017 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EDT
Via Studior
223 S Clay St
Louisville, KY 40202